Photo 51 is the nickname given to an X-ray diffraction image of crystallized DNA taken by Raymond Gosling, a graduate student working under the supervision of Rosalind Franklin in May 1952 at King's College London, while working in Sir John Randall's group. The image was tagged "photo 51" because it was the 51st diffraction photograph that Franklin and Gosling had taken. It was critical evidence in identifying the structure of DNA.
- Printed on a Bella Canvas Black Heather unisex tee with Discharge Ink
- Printed in Houston, TX
- Material consists of 90% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 10% poly
- Super soft with a vintage feel
- Maintains its shape beautifully
- We recommend washing cold, inside out and laying flat to dry
- If necessary, tumble dry on a low heat setting
*Model wearing a medium.